Run with us in Venice

Da Venicewiki, il wiki di Venezia

Run with us in Venice, in the only city in the world with no car traffic, in a salutary experience, made of ancient architecture, Roman churches, outdoor sculptures.
Jogging at dawn or late afternoon makes you see Venice in a new perspective, along places where few tourists who throng the calli, campi and bridges of Venice.
We can take you everywhere in the city, or choose one of the paths already prepared for you, based on your experiences, requests or duration of the track.
We can show you a long road 8 km, 5 miles as shown in the map below:
starting from Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo, along a stretch next to the lagoon, along the narrow streets of Venice to get to the gates of the Arsenale]], the ancient production center of the Serenissima Republic, where the Doge was to build a warship in a day.
See the Church of San Pietro di Castello, along the areas inhabited by the ancient Arsenalotti, the guadians of the Arsenale and the first guards of the Doge, to get to the Island of St. Helena.
The return route includes the Riva dei Sette Martiri, where you will find the entrance of the Pavilion of the Venice Biennale, one passes in Bragora Campo, Campo San Lorenzo, Calle Lunga Santa Maria Formosa, to return to the starting point in Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo.
Jogging in the most beautiful city in the world, safely, joyfully, together with a Venetian who knows the city and gets you to your destination always, whatever path you want.
We also organize Venetian rowing courses for tourists through the small Venetian canals that would not be visible in walking routes.
Those who do not want run can participate in art walks that Venicewiki organizes with daily departures between the various Sestieri of the city. The routes are shown in Map of walks.
Whoever was also interested in one of the Venicewiki's initiatives, can write us to book a program at